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  • The joy of freedom is that it is uncaused and unadorned. Freedom is the open sky of reality, full of birds, clouds and rain which are not separate from it. And joy is the sunlight, a benevolence that pervades each appearance in the mind or senses. To be innocent in this freedom is the consummation of human knowledge and the fulfillment of all experience.
    Michael Damian
  • Let us meet in that place of perfect stillness where stories, opinions and differences are put to one side, and the all embracing silence becomes the language we are both speaking.
    Paul Hurcomb
  • Being Awareness be interested in Awareness alone and nothing else. Than you remain Aware as Awareness itself
    Alon Halel Geva
  • What good news this is to know and be.
    Kenny Johnson
  • I don't care if you discover some bliss filled samadhi state where you fully understand that you are one with everything..., you are going to come back to a body, a mind, a personality, and pain and death. What then?
    Mystic Girl in the City
  • 'Inviting inquiry into the nature of reality'
    Karen Richards
  • Our bodies are the source of such pleasure and pain. They are the vehicle through which we experience life. We interact with the world through our senses. Memories are stored and recalled through our body. I walk past a bakery and I’m coming through the door after school to fresh cinnamon buns. A fragment of a Stevie Wonder song and I’m grooving around the kitchen with my son. A look from someone is interpreted a certain way, my shoulders clench and pain lodges in my heart center. Negative thoughts swirl through the mind and the body tightens. We quite naturally go looking for ways to avoid feeling pain and the strategies we use to go numb or protect ourselves add another layer of suffering.
    Lynn Fraser
  • Freedom is now." - Kosi
    Kosi
  • "A Non-Dual teaching that does not fully include Duality - which is ALL OF LIFE in its various forms and expressions - can never be complete. Just like the SPACE that we ARE includes everything, so does a complete Non-Dual perspective embrace everything."
    Florian Schlosser
  • True realization is a full stop un-grasping of any perspective and the ability to see all perspectives at the same time. The mind can never open like this if it is clinging to one perspective. Only awareness, our true complete natural state, can reveal this. If people say that no practice is needed to awaken, awareness sees the truth in that. If people say that you need a practice to awaken, awareness also sees the truth in that. To see truth in all beliefs, without having to believe in any of it, is true freedom.
    Enza Vita
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